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But maybe what he should be doing is getting together for a jam session with Jim Yong Kim, the nominee to be World Bank chief who exhibited his own rapping skills while president of Dartmouth.
Buffett pulled out his most recent routine at the annual Omaha Press Club Show, using his childhood experience as a paper boy in the 1940s to lob tightly folded newspapers into the assembled audience.
The tune: 1933's "It's Only a Paper Moon." The newspaper: the Omaha World-Herald, which Buffett now owns. The lyrics: "I'm only a paper boy / Just as happy as I can be / 'Cause the money you pay for this / It all goes to me."
Wonder if he'll be as jovial on May 5, when Berkshire Hathaway holds its annual shareholder meeting in Omaha.